About The City of Majestic Waterfalls
How To Get There
The Laguindingan International Airport at Cagayan de Oro City, and Ozamis Airport are two of the nearest airports in Iligan City. Check out the flights from airline companies for schedules, and availability in flights.
1] Daily flights from Manila, Cebu, Iloilo City, Clark and Davao
::: From Manila Travel Time
Flight: ~1H 20mins
::: From Cebu Travel Time
2] Laguindingan Airport – Iligan City | North Bound Bus Terminal
:: Shuttle Rate: 50Php Pax
Bus Rate: 85PhP
Travel Time: ~1 hour
3] a] Laguindingan Airport – CDO | Bulua Terminal
:: Shuttle Rate: 100Php Pax
Travel Time: ~1 hour
3] b] CDO | Bulua Terminal – Iligan City | North Bound Bus Terminal
:: Non- Aircon Bus ~40Phph Pax
:: Aircon – NonStop Bus ~ 85PHP Pax
Travel Time ~2H
Take jeepney lines; Tibanga, Tambo, or Del Carmen
Via Ozamis City to Iligan City:
Via OZAMIS CITY to ILIGAN CITY
1] Check airline companies operating flights to Ozamis City
2] Please check ferry companies operating voyages to Iligan City via Ozamis
- Travel Time: ~2H
- Vessel docks at Iligan City Pier
Via Cebu City to Iligan City:
- Check airline companies operating flights from Cebu to Cagayan de Oro City
- Follow the steps to getting to Iligan City via Lumbia Airport Cagayan de Oro City
- Travel Time: ~16H
- Ferries from Cebu City to Iligan City with Ozamis City stopover
- Vessel docks at Ozamis Pier, a wait time of 2H before it travels to Iligan City
- Travel Time: ~2H
- Vessel docks at Iligan City Pier, at downtown Iligan
Available Transportation in Iligan City
JEEPNEYS. Jeepneys are the main transport in Iligan City. Jeepney fare is at 7.50PhP for routes not exceeding 4-5km. Do ask around to help you get the right jeepey route, and sit nearest the driver. Not all jeepney routes have jeepney conductors available. For other jeepney routes that is away from the city proper, fare is at 10-30PhP, depending on distance
TAXI. No metered taxi. Taxi rate starts at 70Php but is as agreed by the taxi driver, and passenger. I HIGHLY discourage this one, most of the time they overcharge the passenger — even locals, how much more the visitors. I “once-in-a-blue moon” take a taxi when in Iligan City, I strongly feel the need for them to regulate their meters.
TRICYCLES / TRIKES. Available ONLY is subdivisions, and in neighborhoods, and rates start at 5PhP. Though even if it is against regulations, by night time you can see them on the main streets, and highways — these can charge 10-30PhP Pax depending on distance.
HABAL – HABAL. ONLY available for remote areas. Though by night time you can see them on the main streets, and highways — these can charge starting at 20PhP Pax depending on distance.
TARTANILYA. Iliganons still use tartanilya, or horse-drawn carriage for local transport. You can see them at the Pala-o Market with only ONE route. They are not allowed to wander off at any part of the city, so please do not force it upon the carers. They charge at 5PhP Pax.
- Unfortunately, the bus terminals does not have any visible tourism information to help you with your visit, give you a map, or help you with directions when you load off of the Bus Terminal. You need to visit or contact the Tourism Office of Iligan City for that.
- Should you take the taxi heading for the city proper, never fix a price of more than 100PhP.
- It should only be roughly 100-120PhP. The route is only about 4-5km. Or ask that they turn on their meter —- and ALWAYS ask if they issue a receipt. If they say they can’t because they do not have it, or for any other reasons, WALK AWAY. It’s not that they are bad drivers, just hopeful that they can straightened their act like the taxi services in other cities.
- The Trikes, and Habal-Habal are regulated to only carry passengers to specific parts of the city. There will be stop overs to check proper licensing, and documents from the drivers.
- Always ask the driver if he is allowed to take the route, or the destinations you are heading to Iligan City has, still, a small town feel to it. you can ask the locals to help you go around the place. Better yet, call the Tourism Office to help you plan your trip.